Campus Security is comprised of qualified in-house security personnel who are focused on the delivery of safety and security services to everyone within the UBC community. Campus Security is located at 2133 East Mall, just south of the main Bookstore entrance, and may be contacted directly by calling 604.822.2222.
The main function of the chaplains is to help members of the UBC community to engage with their spirituality and faith. Details of each of the chaplains' work are slightly different depending on the faith community that they serve.
UBC operates a variety of child care centres and a preschool program.
Communications and Marketing is responsible for sharing UBC's brand locally, nationally, and internationally through strategic marketing communications.
UBC’s Comptroller ensures the University’s financial sustainability by providing financial intelligence to facilitate decision-making.
alumni UBC offers a variety of programming and communications for UBC graduates that empower personal growth, support professional development, nourish pride, and enable contribution. Since its founding in 1917, alumni UBC's goal has been to link alumni with the University and with each other, and to support the mission and activities of the University.
The Equity and Inclusion Office works to uphold two University policies; Employment Equity (www.universitycounsel.ubc.ca/files/2010/09/policy2.pdf) (Policy #2) and Discrimination and Harassment (universitycounsel.ubc.ca/files/2013/08/policy3.pdf) (Policy #3).
The First Nations House of Learning exists to make UBC's resources more accessible to Aboriginal People and to improve the University's ability to meet the needs of Aboriginal students, staff, faculty and communities.
Human Resources provides support and advice to UBC departments and a range of services for faculty and staff, including recruitment and employment, training and development for faculty and staff, labour relations, benefits administration, and the development of human resource policies.
UBC Information Technology (UBC IT) provides IT-related strategies, applications, infrastructure, and support services to the UBC community.
The Office of the Ombudsperson for Students is an independent, impartial, and confidential resource to ensure students are treated fairly at UBC.
The Public Affairs Office is responsible for communicating, mostly through the news media, the University's learning, research, and community activities, in support of UBC's Strategic Plan.
The Student Legal Fund Society supports litigation, advocacy, and lobbying for improved education and access to education at UBC, and other matters of law that set broad precedent and are of concern to UBC students.
UBC Waste Management provides both waste management services and waste reduction education to the UBC campus community through the coordination of recycling, composting, e-waste, and litter reduction initiatives.